On sea, no one can hear you yell for help. Or something.
Resident Evil Revelations is set to make up for the travesty that was Resident Evil 6 by bringing the emphasis back to survival horror. The 3DS port will be releasing on PC, Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U but according to the Wii U version’s producer Tsukasa Takenaka, it’s his team’s version that will be the best.
Speaking to Official Nintendo Magazine UK, Takenaka also confirmed that the Wii U version will support “Off TV Play”. “There’s a joke going around in Japan at the moment about using Off TV Play to play your Wii U games on the Bullet Train, as long as you get one of the seats with a power outlet, so we wanted to make sure Bullet Train play was possible with Revelations.”
Currently set to release on May 21st in North America and May 24th in Europe, Resident Evil Revelations will feature Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine as they tackle the horrors adrift the SS Queen Zenobia along with their respective partners.